Very different from the neighbouring Flinders Ranges National Park, which is just to the south. Much more rocky, less trees, more desert-like. Consisting of barren, rocky, Mars-like hills. Creek beds, with their River Red Gums, appear to be the only source of life, yet they too are dry and rocky.
My trip was highly enjoyable, in mid-May, but I'd hate to think what it would be like in mid-summer. I imagine the heat at that time would be unbearable.
Elevation: 135 metres
Latitude: -30.41258 | Longitude: 139.17939